(according to German Law)
provider according to §§ 5,6 Mediendienstestaatsvertrag resp. §§ 6,7
Dr. Hans-Jürgen Goebelbecker
Copyrights and all other rights for this internet site lie with Dr.
Hans-Jürgen Goebelbecker, Wiesenstr. 9a, D-76706 Dettenheim. Propagation,
incl. excerpts is permitted for educational, scientific, or private
purposes with citation remark (unless otherwise indicated). Commercial
use by agreement with Dr. Hans-Jürgen Goebelbecker.
These internet pages are purely informative. The information was put
together with great care. The service provider is not responsible,
neither explicitly nor implicitly, for the nature or correctness of the
presented material, and is not liable in respect to material or use
thereof (incl. liability for indirect losses, gain- or sales losses).
Should the contents of these internet pages violate any laws immediate
notification is requested by the provider. He will most expediently
correct the problem. These rules correspond with § 5 para. 1 and 2 TDG.
References to external
The web pages of the Schola Cantorum Saliensis contain links to
information providers on servers not under control or responsibility of
this provider. The service provider is not responsible, or does not
warrant this information, and neither approves nor supports the subject
matter of these pages. These rules correspond with § 5 para 3 TDG. (Teledienstegesetz).
The provider agrees to protect the personal data of persons using these
internet pages, and agrees to deal with entrusted data in a confidential
way. The data are being used explicitly for the specifies purpose, and
will not be handed over to a third party. The data will be deleted as
soon as their purpose is fulfilled.
Encoding techniques are not being used by this provider. You have to
consider the possibility that your data might be picked up by
unauthorized persons on the way to the provider. To avoid this, please
address the respective contact person by other means.
Cookies are not being established by the provider on principle.
Your web-browser or client software might transfer information
unintentionally via your computer (IP address) to the server of the
provider. This information will never be associated with you but might
be used anonymously for purposes of statistics, systems administration,
or to improve the internet capabilities of the service provider.